Chase Bill scored just under six minutes into overtime to give White Bear Lake a 2-1 victory over Stillwater on Thursday in boys' hockey at St. Croix Valley Rec Center.

Bill took a drop pass from Grant Hofeld and stickhandled through the Ponies defense before getting a backhand shot past Ponies goaltender Jesse Brown, who had 29 saves.

Billy Rose had tied the score for the Bears earlier with a one-time shot off a pass from Blake Meister on a power play with 6:51 left in regulation.

Noah Tussey tipped a shot from the point past Evan Foss, who finished with 26 saves, to get the Ponies on the board 2:34 into the second period.

Providence Academy 6, Gentry Academy 4: Grant Ellings had two goals and three assists to lead the Lions past the visiting Stars. Zachary Giesler had two goals and two assists, George Wehmann had two assists, Joshua Mogeni and Evan Spadafora had one goal each and Joshua Koskie made 27 saves for the Lions. Damon Furuseth had two goals and one assist, Barrett Hall had one goal and three assists, Reed Bartelings had one goal and two assists and Alex Timmons made 21 saves for the Stars.

Edina 4, Lakeville South 1: The Hornets scored the final four goals to defeat the host Cougars. Jackson Borst got the Hornets on the board early in the second period. Mason Nevers put the Hornets ahead for good with 34 seconds left in the second period. Jake Boltmann and Liam Malmquist sealed the victory with goals 6:35 apart in the third. Zack Oelrich got the Cougars' goal with 3:20 left in the first period. Jack Wolfe made 29 saves for the Hornets and Henry Welsch had 34 for the Cougars.

Maple Grove 2, Centennial 1: Tyler Kostelecky scored 5:29 into the third period to give the Crimson the victory over the host Cougars. Sam Jacobs scored first for the Crimson 2:23 into the first period. Henry Bartle of Centennial tied the score with 3:27 left in the second period. Jack Wieneke made 27 saves for the Crimson, and Leo Troje made 24 for the Cougars.

Spring Lake Park 3, Osseo 2: Nike Reimann scored his second goal of the game with 1:17 left to give the Panthers the victory over the visiting Orioles. Wyatt Noble and Reimann scored 3:30 apart in the first period to give the Panthers a 2-0 lead. Mitchell Maier got the Orioles on the board 3:54 into the second period. Caleb Manson tied the score for the Orioles with 6:33 left in the third period. Steven Lastovich made 39 saves for the Panthers.

St. Thomas Academy 3, Rosemount 1: Wes Gervais made 42 saves, including 23 in the second period, to lead the Cadets past the visiting Irish. Will Soderling gave the Cadets a 1-0 lead with 6:55 left in the second period. Ryan O'Neill extended the Cadets lead to 2-0 at 11:15 of the third. Jackson Sabo got the Irish on the board 1:16 later. Brendan McFadden sealed the victory for the Cadets with a goal with 45 seconds left in the game.

Cretin-Derham Hall 4, East Ridge 3: Matthew Gleason scored two goals in the final minute of the third period to give the Raiders the victory over the host Raptors. The Raiders overcame three separate one-goal deficits. Marco Troje scored two goals and Carter Seidl had one for the Raptors. Grayson Milosch and Mike Walsh also scored for the Raiders. George Maguire made 29 saves for the Raiders and Tomy Ogren made 27 for the Raptors.

Girls' hockey

Shakopee 3, Eastview 2: The Sabers scored two goals in the final two minutes to defeat the visiting Lightning. Emily Roder tied the score with 1:37 left in the third period and Olivia Grabianowski scored the game-winner with 13 seconds left. Ella Dalsin also scored for the Sabers. Brynn Swenson and Avery Chesek scored for the Lightning. Amelia Julian made 26 saves for the Lightning, Molly Morrow 25 for the Sabers.

Eagan 2, Lakeville South 1 (OT): Jenna Ruiz scored 1:50 into overtime as the Wildcats beat the visiting Cougars. Taylor Otremba scored with 5:06 left in the third period to tie things up for the Cougars. Emily Cronkhite got the Wildcats on the board 2:17 into the game. Becca Macklin made 37 saves for the Cougars.

Chisago Lakes 3, Minneapolis 2: Claire Devries scored with 4:01 left in the third period to give the Wildcats the victory over visiting Minneapolis. Josi Anderson and Jenna Lawry gave the Wildcats one-goal leads in each of the first two periods. Maddy Helmstetter and Talia Christman scored game-tying goals for Minneapolis. Maeve Tallman made 37 saves for Minneapolis and Megan Lerfald had 20 for the Wildcats.

Bloomington Jefferson 4, Park of Cottage Grove 1: The Jaguars scored three goals in a 3:31 span in the third period to pull away from the visiting Wolfpack. Rachel Geist had a goal and an assist and Lucienne Bianchi, Julia Jones and Isabella Grant scored a goal each for the Jaguars. Addie Stienke scored for the Wolfpack.

Apple Valley 5, Rosemount 2: Lily Leong scored two goals to lead the Eagles past the visiting Irish. Sydney Johnson had one goal and two assists, Brooke Kierzek had one goal and one assist, Marie Moran scored a goal and Keni Allen made 21 saves for the Eagles. Whitney Tuttle scored two goals and Bridget Heffron and Brynn Kimel combined to stopped 26 shots for the Irish.

Boys' basketball

Eastview 83, Apple Valley 76: The Lightning jumped out to a six-point lead at halftime and held off the visiting Eagles in the second half. The Eagles got to within one point with 4:21 left in the game. However, the Lightning scored the next four points and pulled away in the last two minutes. Ryan Thissen led the Lightning with 25 points, Steven Crowl had 24, Tate Machacek 16 and Izaak Raspberry 11. Davy Hosea led the Eagles with 17 points, Mark Possis had 16, Cortez Brown 12 and Noah Wetzel 11.

St. Croix Prep 77, St. Paul Academy 67: The Lions jumped out to a 14-point lead at halftime and held off the host Spartans in the second half. Addison Metcalf led the Lions with 23 points, Daniel McCarrell had 20 and Nolan Grubisch and Zachary Doely 10 each. Ryan Moore led the Spartans with 19 points, Andrew Johnson had 17 and Liam Will 12.

Edina 89, St. Louis Park 51: Jack Middleton scored 43 points to lead the Hornets past the visiting Orioles. Jacob Hutson had 14 points and Charlie Haff 12 for the Hornets. Keyshon Howard and Jacob Houts had 13 points each for the Orioles.

Watertown-Mayer 59, Providence Academy 55: Sam Ragner scored 20 points to lead the Royals past the visiting Lions. Logan Blomberg led the Lions with 21 points, Dylan Servais had 18 and Mark Richelsen 10.

Hastings 80, Simley 73: The Raiders took a 14-point lead at halftime and held off the visiting Spartans. Matt Schlottman led the Raiders with 23 points, Sully Levos had 21 and Isaac Rabaey 15. Isaiah Robinson led the Spartans with 16 points, Cole Tschida had 15, AJ Erickson 12 and Ruot Jioklow 11.

St. Paul Harding 66, Christ's Household of Faith 65: Simeon Sharp scored 27 points to lead the Knights past the visiting Lions. McCaleb Alleman led the Lions with 29 points, Arren Standlund had 17 and Isaac Collins 15.

Girls' basketball

Cambridge-Isanti 66, Becker 65 (OT): Jana Swanson had 18 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Bluejackets past the visiting Bulldogs. The Bulldogs rallied from a 15-point deficit with just over eight minutes left in the second half to tie the score. Mikayla Aumer had 20 points for the Bluejackets. Julia Bengtson led the Bulldogs with 29 points.

New Prague 44, Hutchinson 42: Amanda Giesen scored 14 points to lead the Trojans past the host Tigers. Bethany Vasecka had 13 points and Hannah Lindell 10 for the Trojans. Karissa Korson led the Tigers with 12 points.

Buffalo 57, Big Lake 53: Jordan Zrust scored 19 points to lead the Bison past the visiting Hornets. Reese Wishart had 16 points and Kiera Johnson had 12 for the Bison. Caela Tighe led the Hornets with 17 points, Mia Huberty had 13 and Reagan Sternquist 11.

Minneapolis South 61, St. Anthony 55: Jade Hill scored 30 points to lead the Tigers past the host Huskies. Solana Cushing had 14 points for the Tigers. Sam Sibbet led the Huskies with 23 points.

Woodbury 72, River Falls (Wis.) 67: Alexandrya Paulson scored 15 points to lead the Royals past the visiting Wildcats. Lizzy Dodge and Katie Vaske had 14 points each and Calie Mundahl 12 for the Royals. Kylie Strop led the Wildcats with 31 points, Abby Doerre had 19 and Bailey Reardon 12.

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